Thanks for the Suggestion!

A few weeks ago, Rob Sequin suggested that I install a widget on my blog allowing visitors to subscribe to the comments, allowing them to know when others posted.   This a good way for visitors to track any follow-up comments that they left, since there are so many things going on in the life of the average domain investor.

After upgrading my blog, my developer was able to work out a kink in the subscribe to comments feature, and it should now be working.

Rob – Thanks for the suggestion!

Elliot Silver
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4 COMMENTS

  1. Elliot,

    What plugin are you using for this? The one I tried would not work with WordPress 2.7, so I have been looking for a new one just this purpose (without the thousand extra gizmos things like Disqus offer).

    Thanks in advance,

    Conor

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